Oklahoma City police officer, suspect both shot during incident that led to standoff


OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – An Oklahoma City Police Department officer and a suspect were both shot while exchanging fire Saturday afternoon.

The shooting occurred near Northeast 39th and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.

The officer was called to the scene regarding a domestic issue. He approached the door of the home and was shot in his chest and hand. The officer returned fire, according to a Police Department official.

The suspect barricaded himself inside the home, but eventually came out.

Both the officer and the suspect sustained non-life-threatening injuries.

Officials have not released further details.

Stay with KFOR as this situation develops.

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